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  1. L28e na turbo part out

    Sorry but I sold everything to a local buyer. Please close. Thanks
  2. Picking out a clutch

    I have the roll pin. I ordered 2 by accident if you need it. My one concern is the 400-500hp on a t5. Maybe a WCt5 or a t56 can handle that but also think about the rear end. From what I read the r180 is good for stock v8 but for more powerful builds you might want to get the r200. Also, if I remember correctly, i used the slave off a 4.3 s10 because it come with a bleeder valve and the camaro did not. It's the same size and everything. I've been using it on my t56 for 4 months with no problems.
  3. Picking out a clutch

    I would get a clutch that is well above what you think you'll put down to the wheels. You don't want to do the job twice. Did you upgrade your clutch master cylinder?
  4. SBC tuning question

    Make sure you disconnect your vac advance when setting intial timing. Are you using HEI ignition? Also, you may need to adjust your mixture screws. You have 3 types of timing: intial, vac, and mechanical. Total timing should be around 36-39 depending on setup. Total timing is mechanical+intial. Vac only comes in during cruising and goes to zero at full throttle. Check your spring weights as well in your distributor
  5. I pm him in the beginning of April with no response.
  6. S13 rb20 motor mounts on a 280z

    I'm pretty sure you can use the stock datsun mounts with little modification. It's written here somewhere.
  7. Like the title says. Should I remove the damper because the carb pump puts out 9psi max. Do you guys leave it in? I couldn't find anything on my search or in the jtr manual. Thanks
  8. S13 rb20 motor mounts on a 280z

    There is an actual RB sub forum on this site that will give you good information. You posted in the V6 section. http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/13076-so-you-wanna-swap-an-rb-eng-here-ya-go/?fromsearch=1 Just a heads up. There have been many topics already discussed about various engine swaps. Search for what you are looking for and I guarantee it's been addressed.
  9. During the course of consuming my golden soda, I began to wonder how much down force weight is applied to the jtr mounts that hold the trans. My floors are about a year and half old and I know they'll be fine but Im just wondering what kind of force will the floors be subjected to with my 89 350 sbc with a t56 trans. Thanks.
  10. L28e na turbo part out

    Just an update. A local buyer might buy everything I have on this list. He will be getting back to me in the next few days. I will keep everyone posted. Thanks
  11. L28e na turbo part out

    All pm's replied
  12. L28e na turbo part out

    Pm me your cell or email. I'll send whatever pics you or anyone needs.
  13. L28e na turbo part out

    It from a 75
  14. L28e na turbo part out

    Im going to pull the trigger on a 350 sbc with a t56 trans. This is hard for me to part out my baby but I think in the long run I'll be happier with the v8 swap. SHIPPING is NOT included. Here is the list: Spa fmu with fuel pressure regulator 12:1-$40. SOLD Front mount intercooler with piping and bov. This set up goes under the hump of the oil pan. 300 L28et turbo injectors- 100 L28e injectors-30 Stock turbo downpipe-30 MSA turbo downpipe-50 SOLD Turbo ecu-75 Turbo afm-75 Turbo exhaust manifold-150 Stock 280zx turbo. Minimal shaft play and may need a rebuild. I was boosting at 9psi with no issues. 100 Dished pistons and rods. I never used them but they look to be in great shape. 120 Flow Meter boot afm to throttle body. No rips or tears- 20 NA afm opened but never adjusted-75 NA 6-1 header square port-50 E2182 fuel pump 50gph-50 I also have a 5spd trans, 4spd, 2 dished piston long blocks but I may try to sell them locally. Thanks for looking.